| November 7, 1987|
Old and New Dreams
| The Montreal Tapes: Tri, The Montreal Tapes: wi, Etudes, Gitane, The Montreal Tapes|
A Tribute to Blackwell is a live album by jazz quartet Old and New Dreams. Recorded in 1987, it features trumpeter Don Cherry, saxophonist Dewey Redman, bassist Charlie Haden and drummer Ed Blackwell. It was released on the Italian Black Saint label.
Allmusic awarded the album 4 stars with reviewer Scott Yanow stating, "All of the musicians are in top form on this no-changes music, creating fresh and intuitive melodies with both freedom and hints of the tradition".
Recorded at the Ed Blackwell Festival in Atlanta, Georgia on November 7, 1987
Don Cherry – pocket trumpet
Dewey Redman – tenor saxophone
Charlie Haden – bass
Ed Blackwell – drums
- "Happy House" (Ornette Coleman) – 9:15
- "Law Years" (Coleman) – 9:00
- "Togo" (Ed Blackwell) – 8:10
- "Dewey's Tune" (Dewey Redman) – 11:25
- "Street Woman" (Coleman) – 9:30
1Happy House9:19A Tribute to Blackwell Wikipedia